At the end of this street you’ll find a variety of high street fashion shops and great shopping centres

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Henry Street

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Another street dedicated to pedestrian shopping is Henry Street, in the northern area of the city. The unofficial stats show that more than 30 million people walk down this boulevard every year, so if your plan is to spend a leisurely day out walking and do some shopping, this is the place for you. It’s a bit further on from the famous conical sculpture of the Spire, and was named in honour of the man who designed it, Henry Moore. It has high street giants like Arnotts and Marks & Spencer, while for fashion lovers it is full of shops like Pepe Jeans, Miss Sixty or Tommy Hilfiger. You’ll also find big centres like Jervis Shopping Centre (three floors, the top one a dedicated food hall), and Ilac Shopping Centre, which is known for its huge range of footwear, fabrics and sports equipment.

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